When I was a little girl (back in Noahs Ark days)....I had a chihuahua. Her name was Suzy. I guess I was about 3 years old.I put one of those plastic orange pumpkins on her head and it actually got stuck on there. She was running around the yard, this tiny dog with this huge pumpkin head. My Mother finally caught he and took it off. At the time it was hilarious, she kept running ot things and to a 3 year old, it was FUNNY. Now, I'm 51 and its not so funny anymore............
Recently though, Jerry Lee has learned to growl like a guard cat, whenever anyone comes into the yard....the UPS man really makes him HOWL. H'es better than a pitbull at letting me know someone's outside!
My cat Sasha gets these plastic balls with bells in them, runs to the top of the steps, and then drops them down the flight of steps. Tickled, she runs down, picks it up with her mouth, and runs back up the steps to do it over and over and over...
I take the stupid things away, and she finds more. I think she has a stash.
Buster, our dog. Funny story..
I was on the computer one day and I left my bowl of chicken soup on the coffee table. It was a plastic bowl with a lip. My son and I watched while Buster snuuck up and with his teeth, grabbed the plastic bowl, soup and all, put it on the floor, and began to eat it. My son and I laughed our heads off. I couldn't even get mad at him.
my dog does something similar. he brings you a chew toy, pulls you to the stairs, and waits for you to kick it into the basement. When the toy goes flying down, he tries to block it like a goalie, and when he fails, he brings the toy back and repeats the process indefinitely.
Our cat Asia is terrified of our 22 month old daughter, but she LOVES to be close to her humans. The other night we were laying in bed watching tv and Alyvia rolled over and startled the cat. Asia jumped about two feet in the air, turned to run away, ended up flipping off the bed head-first, landed on the floor, then proceeded to run right into the side of a box (we're packing) before successfully sprinting out of the room. My husband almost wet himself he was laughing so hard. Alyvia was giggling because he was laughing, and I was trying to lecture him about laughing at my cat while controlling my own laughter. I went to check on Asia and found her under a chair in the dining room with her tail poofed out like a pom-pom.
my dog is a shetland sheepdog(miniature collie)looks just like lassie, he's OLD now (probably 80in dog years) but when we were younger we quickly learned he was TERRIFIED of thunderstorms and fireworks...well one fourth of july my dad had bought us a ton for us to shoot off at home, the real good ones...we all went out as a family to shoot off the fireworks and my mom thought she'd hold the dog since she knew he'd be freaked out in the house by himself...we start shootin off the fireworks and next thing I know my mom was like "whats that smell? you smell that?" she stood up and apparently the dog had taken a HUGE crap all over her lap hahaha we laughed so hard..poor thing..the fireworks literally scared the crap out of him